Adventure Based Expeditions
Challenging, inspiring and transforming, the expedition experience is a powerful force in shaping young people and empowering them to identify and realise their ambitions. Youths benefit from every aspect of the expedition, from conquering their fears, making new friends, to revealing their character and realising their potential.
Expeditions can range from kayaking, cycling, trekking and a combination journey. Every journey is different as it is a co-creation between us and the educators who are invested in the students’ holistic growth and development.
Themed learning to engage young minds. Flexible parameters to customise the experience based on learning objectives.
We design using a learning framework that emphasizes on achieving the well-balanced profile of the students who will be global citizens and leaders with commitment, creativity and courage.
Such themed learning modules are flexible depending on the objectives set out for the challenge - whether to improve the youth's knowledge about a particular place, for purposes of national education, or even to spice up informative journeys such as nature trails. The possibilities are endless.
The Connected Cognitive Classroom (T3C)
Imagine a classroom where abstract concepts such as "effort" and "mechanical advantage" can be brought out of textbooks and into the hands and feet of students to experience and live.
The connected, cognitive classroom challenges traditional concepts of textbook teaching, and adds a little muscle effort and sweat on the brow of students.
We have found that such experiential learning has a longer-lasting impact on students, and we’re certain you will agree.
Virtual Experiential Education (VEE)
In Virtual Experiential Learning, the value is in perspective. Understanding perspective by being up close to the subject. It helps students to think in a more close up approach that allows us to deepen the discovery and learning.
A strong motivation behind why we design and create Virtual Experiential Programs is so that students are able to benefit more during the in-person physical experiences by connecting the perspectives that they have gained to the actual environment that they are experiencing.
Simulation-based training techniques, tools, and strategies are being applied when we design our Virtual Experiential learning Programs, as well as be used as a measurement tool linked to targeted teamwork competencies and learning objectives.
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